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Additions to the Lichen Flora of Wisconsin with New Records of Rare Species

@article{Nelsen2005AdditionsTT,
  title={Additions to the Lichen Flora of Wisconsin with New Records of Rare Species},
  author={M. Nelsen},
  journal={The Michigan Botanist},
  year={2005},
  volume={44}
}
  • M. Nelsen
  • Published 2005
  • Biology
  • The Michigan Botanist
Two lichen species are reported as new to Wisconsin: Physcia dakotensis Essl. and Physconia subpallida Essl. New records of Caloplaca saxicola (Hoffm.) Nordin, Cetraria arenaria Kärnefelt, Coccocarpia palmicola (Sprengel) Arv. & D. J. Galloway and Teloschistes chrysophthalmus (L.) Th. Fr., all of which are rare or endangered at the state level, are reported. Coccocarpia palmicola is proposed for inclusion in the state’s endangered species list, and changes in the conservation status of Cetraria… Expand
One-Hundred Years of Change in the Corticolous Macrolichens of Madison, Wisconsin
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The corticolous macrolichen flora of the Madison, Wisconsin area is characterized and compared with historic collections made in the vicinity during the 1890's, and three fruticose taxa, which were thought to have disappeared from the study area, were found in the modern survey. Expand
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